The Complete Guide to Structuring your Ideal Work Day: By Rachel Feltman
This is a great article explaining how certain actions at certain times enhance personal productivity.
Gospel Driven Productivity: By Joe Stengle
I am really happy the theology of productivity is getting more press. This post is an interview with Matt Perman, author of What's Best Next: How The Gospel Transforms The Way You Get Things Done.
How To Stop Working 7 Days A Week: Carey Niewhof
Do you struggle with taking time off in ministry? Carey leads you through a practical examination that can help you stop and start sabbathing.
The Power of a Time Audit
Do you ever struggle with where your time went? I totally understand. I once had a director lead the entire ministry team through a time audit. It helped me tremendously learn to take control of my schedule and priorities.
If you want to get a handle on your productivity, the time audit is the first place to start.
Remember, you can't improve what you don't know.
Here are the 5 steps to a Time Audit:
1. Write out what you think you do.
2. Find a method.
3. Decide on an interval.
4. Take a week and do it.
5. Count it all up.
The time audit will give you a great baseline for personal productivity.
Direct download: pp14.mp3
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